Kansas State is not off to a good start this off-season. They had three arrests this past weekend and on Monday they added another two.
Late on Monday night, K-State linebacker Daniel Green, 21, and safety Wayne Jones, 19, both of 3901 Bayside Way, No. 304 in Manhattan, were both arrested at 1001 South Seth Child Road by the RCPD on charges of possession of marijuana, while Green was also cited with a driving while suspended charge, his first conviction. Both posted bonds of $1,000, according to 247 Sports.
Former North Dakota State University head coach Chris Klieman is now coaching at Kansas State and he is not very happy with the string of arrests.
“I am extremely disappointed in the poor choices made recently by some of our student-athletes,” Klieman said in a statement released by Kansas State athletics media relations. “We have high expectations within our program, and when those expectations are not met, there are consequences. The high standards and expectations within our football program will not change, and the character and integrity of the players on our team will not be compromised.”
Klieman really did not have to deal with arrests at North Dakota State. This has to be a huge change for him.